Take a walk (or hike) on the wild side! Enjoy some of the beautiful local trails, get exercise, learn about
plants and wildlife, and meet other friendly, local hikers. Each hike includes a brief awareness exercise and a
chance to connect with the rejuvenating power of nature. Guided by Tony Conti and Kristi Bowman. Tony
and Kristi have been leading Go Wild hikes in Sonoma County for over 6 years.
WHEN: 4th Saturday of each month. CLICK HERE for OCT - DEC HIKES
MEET-UP SPOT: Gravenstein Grill parking lot - 8050 Bodega Ave in Sebastopol, CA 95472
(Other meet-up locations often available. Join our email list for helpful updates and details.)
WHAT TO BRING:
• Wear comfortable hiking shoes
• Bring sunscreen & dress appropriate to the weather
• Plenty of water and snacks for longer hikes
• Money for parking (if applicable)
|TO SIGN UP:
Simply call us at 707-694-7450 or email us with
your name, so we can keep a lookout for you.
There's nothing quite like
the great outdoors!
In Sonoma County, there is an
abundance of opportunities to get
out and enjoy nature, whether it's
hiking through the majestic
redwood forest at Armstrong
Woods, digging your toes in the
sand at Goat Rock Beach, or
meditating by the magnificent
waterfall at Sugarloaf State Park.
We hope you'll join us as we
connect with the land and
enjoy many of our local, natural
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"Forget not that the earth delights to feel your bare feet,
and the winds long to play with your hair." ~ Kahlil Gibran
Supporting healthy, vibrant living through yoga, nature and community
Upcoming hike: Explore the Dense Woods of Mount Tamalpais - Oct 28th
If you love to hike, join us!
Trails are 2-10 miles in length with
varying difficulty. Hikes may be
postponed due to heavy rains or
Please no dogs, unless otherwise
indicated. Thank you!
$5 suggested donation
Email us to be added to the hiking
email list. This will ensure you
receive helpful hike updates.
Shiloh Park - Windsor
Historic Park - Novato
Point Reyes/Tamales Bay
Annadel State Park
Pomo Canyon to